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... as yelp came up blank. He sent us to a hot dog place (!), saying "Anne Lo's has the best breakfast in town!" (This turned out to be "Inlow's," actually, but neither Tim nor I got that until we saw the sign.) Possibly this is because it has the only breakfast in town, as the breakfast itself was nothing to write home about (so I won't). It was, however, very cheap, and no, you don't get hot dogs. Regular eggs, bacon, toast, and so forth.
... parks) it felt so unnatural waking up in a GIANT hotel with so many people. So, it was kind of a good break. But as we were running through the floors shoving our wands into paintings and books I thought, "Huh. We're on a road trip?" For dinner we had dads requested Arby's. Basically the rest of the day, like yesterday, was driving. We're still 3 and a half hours from home so we'll get back to our beloved puppy around 11ish. Hopefully. ...
... Yellowstone Park Entrance, Wy to Red Lodge, MT)
Lolo Pass (Lolo, MT to Kooskia, ID, Route 12)
Route 93 Alberta and British Columbia (Through the Canadian Rockies):
What was the worst ride that you had? Unlike the best, the worst is easy to pick. The ride between Denver CO and Norton, KS was the worst ride. The road was straight as an arrow, it was hot (101 degrees for the last 60 miles), the wind was blowing across the ...
... remaining miles into two days or do I push on and finish the ride today. I was ready to get home but I didn't want the trip to end.
The plan was to let the route determine the outcome. If I found an interesting place, I would stop for the night (yes there are interesting places in WV). The roads in WV are fantastic as they weave through the Appilachan Mtns. Routes 33 / 119 ...
... and get a great view of the trains that go by. Trains go by about every 20 minutes.
The Museum was very fun and informative. It was mainly inside and it showed how the trains ran. From the wheels to the controls. It talked about the different positions and people it takes to run a train. They also showed video and newspaper clippings of accidents that shaped the railroads history.